100_1969Cherrydale is located in the heart of North Arlington, bordered generally on the east and south by I-66, on the north by Lorcom Lane and Old Dominion Drive, and on the west by North Utah Street and the H.B. Woodlawn School property.  Although there are a few multi-family houses, four townhouse developments, one senior apartment building, and two large condo/apartment buildings, the community contains primarily single-family homes.  Some of the home styles include bungalow, colonial, and – of course – new construction. Even on smaller lots zoned R-6 it still makes sense for builders to build here because of the neighborhoods close proximity to Clarendon and DC.

Cherrydale is a neighborhood of predominantly small, neatly kept, older single family homes. With its quiet streets and huge old trees, many parts of the area still retain a small town feeling, despite the fact that it is only three and one half miles from Washington, D.C. The hometown feeling, the pride residents have in the community and its heritage, and the recent widespread efforts to rehabilitate and save many of our fine old homes, indicate a renewed interest in the community and its history.

Some wonderful local Cherrydale shops includes:

  • House of Steep
  • Cherrydale Hardware
  • Company Flowers
  • Arrowine
  • Bradshaw’s Children’s Shoes (a rite of passage)
  • Cassatt’s Cafe
  • Happy Grooming
  • Kite Runner Cafe
  • Lebanese Taverna Market
  • Lemon Twist
  • Randolph’s Bakery
  • Random Harvest
  • Sun and Moon Yoga
  • And my personal favorite, my office at Long and Foster


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November 2, 2019

How to achieve Best Results when selling Your Property in Arlington, VA

Here’s a terrific case study of how to achieve the best sales price possible.  First we priced at $965,000 based on recent sales comps, so that we could be sure the property would appraise and knowing that we could generate […]
November 1, 2019

Third Quarter 2019 real estate market update for Arlington VA and surrounding DC area

While real estate is hyper-local and each area experiences its own ebbs and flows, a number of trends still affect the market as a whole. Throughout the third quarter of 2019, inventory challenges and declining mortgage rates certainly remained a […]

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